I am Moses, the volunteer Cordinator for World Possible Chapter in Nigeria. I will like to connect with other Rachel and OER2GO users in Nigeria. And will gladly offer my support. I also will appreciate it that other persons who are willing to volunteer stay connected with me. Whatever your skill in the education or IT ministry, you are always welcome.
I believe that with World Possible we can rewrite the education history in Nigeria. Thanks for believing too.
Great to hear that @airsay let’s keep in touch. I will like to know what part of Nigeria you are and what you are currently working on. We could do a lot together.
Let go people, what are we waiting for? I am ready, am in.
I am MARTINS ANIETIE, award winner, best e-Learning solution, Diamond Bank BET6, 2017.
The 1st offline LMS USB flash drive with e-notebooks, scheme of work, lesson plans, CBT, Microsoft/international certifications, audio/visuals, animations, games etc for primary and secondary schools in Nigeria inline with the current curriculum standard.
I hereby pledge to donate contents structured inline with the current curriculum standard from the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC).
My WhatsApp: 08024745220, +234 8024745220
Martins Anietie (Lagos. Nigeria)
This is wonderful, thank you Martins! Do you have a link to any of your content online so that we can evaluate it for getting in onto RACHEL?
Yeah, we are currently working on the online LMS but the e-notebooks are available on .pdf format.
Let me know how you want me upload them?
Good to know, thanks! Could you upload them to a Google drive and share them with email@example.com (and anyone else here who would like to request access)? That will help us evaluate them and also create a module!
Ok, I will need to properly arranged the e-notes and get a better internet bandwidth facility to be able to upload.
Moses are you still involved? The system says this post is about 3 years old. I am visiting Abuja, now. I have introduced the IIAB with RACHEL to the Educational District Office. I am looking for images that I can point them to.
Please check if this OER link is of some use.